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But they will be subject 1 to the Lord their God and to the Davidic ruler whom I will raise up as king over them. 2
Now 1 obey 2 the Lord and worship 3 him with integrity and loyalty. Put aside the gods your ancestors 4 worshiped 5 beyond the Euphrates 6 and in Egypt and worship 7 the Lord.
All nations must serve him and his son and grandson 1 until the time comes for his own nation to fall. 2 Then many nations and great kings will in turn subjugate Babylon. 3
No! 1 Go, you men 2 only, and serve the Lord, for that 3 is what you want.” 4 Then Moses and Aaron 5 were driven 6 out of Pharaoh’s presence.
“You shall not covet 1 your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that belongs to your neighbor.” 2
then his master must bring him to the judges, 1 and he will bring him to the door or the doorposts, and his master will pierce his ear with an awl, and he shall serve him forever. 2
You must not desire 1 another man’s 2 wife, nor should you crave his 3 house, his field, his male and female servants, his ox, his donkey, or anything else he owns.” 4
for they will turn your sons away from me to worship other gods. Then the anger of the Lord will erupt against you and he will quickly destroy you.
Gedaliah took an oath so as to give them and their troops some assurance of safety. 1 He said, “You don’t need to be afraid to submit to the Babylonian officials. Settle down in the land and submit to the king of Babylon. Then things will go well for you.”
The people 1 of Israel – the priests, the Levites, and the rest of the exiles 2 – observed the dedication of this temple of God with joy.
The Lord will reveal himself to the Egyptians, and they 1 will acknowledge the Lord’s authority 2 at that time. 3 They will present sacrifices and offerings; they will make vows to the Lord and fulfill them.
At that time there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria. The Assyrians will visit Egypt, and the Egyptians will visit Assyria. The Egyptians and Assyrians will worship together. 1
This whole area 1 will become a desolate wasteland. These nations will be subject to the king of Babylon for seventy years.’ 2
Things will go better for the nation that submits to the yoke of servitude to 1 the king of Babylon and is subject to him. I will leave that nation 2 in its native land. Its people can continue to farm it and live in it. I, the Lord, affirm it!”’” 3
the hangings for the courtyard, the curtain for the entrance of the gate of the court, 1 which is around the tabernacle and the altar, and their ropes, along with all the furnishings for their service and everything that is made for them. So they are to serve. 2
Now, don’t be stubborn 1 like your fathers! Submit 2 to the Lord and come to his sanctuary which he has permanently consecrated. Serve the Lord your God so that he might relent from his raging anger. 3
If you are careful to 1 obey these commands, then the kings who follow in David’s succession and ride in chariots or on horses will continue to come through the gates of this palace, as will their officials and their subjects. 2
I told King Zedekiah of Judah the same thing. I said, 1 “Submit 2 to the yoke of servitude to 3 the king of Babylon. Be subject to him and his people. Then you will continue to live.
Gedaliah, the son of Ahikam and grandson of Shaphan, took an oath so as to give them and their troops some assurance of safety. 1 “Do not be afraid to submit to the Babylonians. 2 Settle down in the land and submit to the king of Babylon. Then things will go well for you.